Live Issues: Christology - Virtues Realism - Place
Provisions for the Journey: Nourishment or Navigation? | Christological Soundings on Being Human | Virtue Ethics in an age of social media | Anglican Christian Realism | A Feminist Theology of Place ‘In Her Own Words’ | Peace, justice and joy: towards a green economy | Sabbath, psalms and eucharist
April 2023: The Church and Consumer Culture
A City Full of Idols? Being Church in a Consumer Society | Buying God? | But Can I Buy It? Christian Perspectives on Luxury Goods | Labours of Love: An Augustinian Response to Consumerism | Advertising, the Consumer Society and the Church | ‘If you want it, you need it’: Is consumerism something to resist or welcome in our churches?
January 2023: Faith in an Internet Age
Editorial: Faith in an Internet Age | Seeing through News Bias: Bringing a Christian Perspective | Digital Being | This is Still the Day | The Modern Myth of Impartiality: What the BBC and the Church of England Might Share in Common | Forum: Professionals at work: a study in Ordinary Theology | Book Reviews
October 2022: The Privilege of Hope: Attending to Despair
Learning to Hear Justly: Rupturing the Dominion of Force through Attention | Making Nothing Happen: Social Reproduction and the Poetics of the Church | Culture of Despair: Black Nihilism and Spiritual Hope | Countering the Ethics of Peddling Hope | Can an Established Church Exercise Moral Leadership in a Non-Churchgoing Age?
July 2022: Beveridge at 80: Welfare Revisited
William Temple and the William Beveridge Report | Giants, Gods and Goods: Toward a ‘new Beveridge’ | Volunteerism in a post-COVID Society | Welfare In the Wake of Austerity | A Worshipping Body, not a Body of Worshippers | Lady Helen Oppenheimer
April 2022: Theology: Crisis or Opportunity?
The Future of Theological Studies as an Academic Discipline | Give us Healing Balm: Decolonising Theology Through African Caribbean Eyes | Stephen Pattison interviewed by James Woodward | Building Back Better: A Tale of Two Visions
January 2022: Ethical Investment
Responsible Investment | Investor Engagement | Monotheism as a Foundation for Ethics | Churches and the Pandemic
Modern Slavery | Race and Religion in the USA | Climate Crisis | Geopolitics East and West
Marriage in Living in Love and Faith | A Lesbian Living in Love and Faith | A Trans Perspective on LLF | Living in Love and Faith and the Future of the Church of England | Cathedrals and the ‘Science’ of Innovation
Beauty | Business and Benedict | Teaching Christian Ethics | Brave New World
January 2021: Human Worth, Dementia, Loss
Human Value and Worth amid COVID-19 | Dementia and the COVID-19 Virus | Reshaping our Social Ecology | Christian Care in a Pandemic: Learning from the Global South | Forgiveness of Offenders – or Healing for Victims? | ‘In Praise of Redundancy’ or Has the Hidden Hand Lost its Touch?
October 2020: Christian Theology in the midst of COVID-19
Reflections on Biblical ‘Analogies’ in the COVID Era | Resilience in a Time of COVID-19 | Paschal Simultaneity in Time of Pandemic | T. S. Eliot’s The Waste Land in the Context of COVID-19 | Virtual Communion, COVID-19, and the Nature of the Body of Christ | Pre-Pandemic Ethics
July 2020: Witnessing
Loving my Neighbour: The story so far of Westminster Abbey Institute | The Witness of German Resistance to Hitler | A Voice Raised in Answer | Who is Bonhoeffer for Us Today? | Christian Discipleship in the Environmental Crisis | Crisis. Whose Crisis?
April 2020: Women and Gender
Books That Changed Me: Sexism and God-Talk | Language, Ritual and the History of Women’s Ordination | Books That Changed Me: The Color Purple | Talking Gender and Liberation | A History of Brexit: Review Essay
January 2020: Health and Human Flourishing
She Has a Voice: How Encountering Christ Should Break the Silence | Public Health in Theological Context | ‘Moral Injury’ From Military Experience | Why Mother Church Should Care About Her Children’s Bodies | Home Truths: A Theological Reflection on Social Housing